I should remember titles and sizes. Really I should. But I don't. Know why? Because they don't matter past the sale of a painting. Weird, eh?
A few years ago I noticed that paintings have had different names depending on where they were being sold, or when. These were old school impressionist masters's works and the title wasn't set in stone, just kind of fudged from auction to auction.
At first the realization that the names change from sale to sale took some of the pressure off of finding that perfect title, but then it turned into me not remembering most titles. Haha! Oh well.
Anyhoo- this was a very different piece for me. South Texas oil country felt barren and bland compared to the Hill Country.
I ended up falling in love with the rust and the oddly gently swishing clicks and groans of the working pump jacks. It's very peaceful out there.
I have yet to visit the area at night, or dusk. But looking forward to it!